My guest on this podcast is Joe Robinet, a name that will be familiar to listeners who spend time watching bushcraft and camping videos on YouTube. Joe has built a large following on YouTube publishing videos that document his outdoor life. At the time of recording this podcast his subscriber base was just over 500,000.
In recent years I’ve been intrigued by the proliferation of outdoor video blogs and specifically bushcraft and camping videos on YouTube. So, I thought given Joe’s success on the platform, he would be a good person to have a conversation with to explore this phenomena in more detail.
From filming and editing videos for YouTube and my blog, I know that it’s quite a time consuming process and I wanted to find out more about Joe’s motivations for making videos regularly as well as how he manages to juggle his outdoor life with the demands and constraints of filming. I know this was something a fair few listeners were also interested in, particularly those who have their own YouTube channels.
Via my Facebook page I asked for listener questions to put to Joe and I received a considerable response. We cover these questions throughout this episode. Some lead to more in-depth discussions including a candid conversation with Joe around his experiences being on the first season of the History Channel series, Alone.
Our conversation forms Episode 28 of the Paul Kirtley Podcast…
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